Aneka Lovina Beach Hotel
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... and since it was noon you could hear the 12 o'clock song ringing out across the village below and the bells and music that accompanied the following prayers and ceremonies. We had noodle soup, to which we added Balinese hot sauce and fried bananas with palm syrup for desert. Maria treated Wayan and I to lunch and we practically had to throw his money back at him because he had such a hard time accepting that someone would buy his lunch for him. We made our way to the ...
The time I ...... Met Rachael from Cape TRIB at the airport and shared a cab with her to Seminyak, which is not even my original plan. Hung out with her at the burger bar drinking Bintang beer after being lost for an hour an half trying to find our hostel in a way way street hahah. Met Bobo and his beautiful children on the beach who was selling surfing lessons and undersell as with chairs. Spent my days playing with ...
Our life these few days consisted of goofing off at the house, and a couple of local trips, so I will compress all this into one entry.
Since there is no internet connectivity at the house, we have to get creative in order to get online and communicate and take care of business. There is a spa called the Villa Ubud about two miles towards Ubud; if you eat there they let you use the pool and get on their wifi, so we packed up and ...
In the van on the way back to Lovina I did the multiple choice test and then sat watching the scenery and making sure that I didn't look back over it (death nell for multiple choice exams, second guessing and changing answers). Back at the dive centre, Simone sent me off to get photographs taken while he marked my test and when I got back only went over the 7 that I'd got wrong (out of 50 questions), to let me know that I'd passed and that I'd have my permenant card ...
... the next time a tourist requested a stop there that he should tell them, "Susan from Canada says 'don't bother!'". When we told him about the slippery pathways he said, "they hadn't been scrubbed?" I had not thought about it, but I guess to keep the slimy moulds under control in shady areas and this high humidity, stone pathways would need scrubbing periodically.
Derry and I returned to our hotel, we left Morgan and Gisele in town so Morgan could ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAneka Lovina Beach Hotel Kalibukbuk
Very nice accomodations. I would stay there again.
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